OMNICHROMA Procedure With Dr. Kevin Brown: Class IV Fracture, Tooth #9, with Mylar Strip

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Welcome to a fresh installment of TECHNIQUE OF THE WEEK. It’s been a while since we’ve had one of these and we’re thrilled to bring the series back. In this brand new technique video, you can watch as Dr. Kevin Brown (Bellevue, WA) repairs a Class IV fracture on Tooth #9, using OMNICHROMA, OMNICHROMA Blocker, and a Mylar strip. 

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NOTE: OMNICHROMA BLOCKER is indicated for:

– Preventing shade-matching interference in large Class III and Class IV restorations
– Masking amalgam staining
– Masking dark dentition and dentin
– Reconstructing a highly opaque tooth

OMNICHROMA BLOCKER is a supplementary product to OMNICHROMA. In large Class III and IV cases, OMNICHROMA may experience shade-matching interference due to a lack of surrounding tooth structure and/or dentition. OMNICHROMA BLOCKER is a supplementary material that can be used in conjunction with OMNICHROMA as a lingual layer to prevent shade-matching interference in these cases. OMNICHROMA BLOCKER can also be used to mask staining, or to reconstruct a highly opaque tooth.